Ingram Scholars Program Celebrates 30 Years

A transformative scholarship program at Vanderbilt University is celebrating its 30th anniversary. 


The Ingram Scholarship, one of three signature merit-based scholarships for undergraduates at Vanderbilt, provides recipients with full tuition, all required fees and the value of on-campus housing each year.  

The highly selective program also grants a summer stipend for the student to create and execute a service-learning project, which can be used to meet the Immersion Vanderbilt graduation requirement.  

Vanderbilt celebrated the program’s milestone with a private 30th Reunion dinner at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on Nov. 4.  The celebration brought together alumni of the Ingram Scholars Program and paid tribute to the donors whose generosity has touched the lives of so many Vanderbilt students and alumni. 

The Ingram Scholars Program was founded in 1993 by E. Bronson Ingram, chairman of the Vanderbilt University Board of Trust from 1991 until his death in 1995. The Ingram family’s generosity has led to transformative experiences for many Vanderbilt students, who have in turn given back to Nashville and to communities around the globe. 

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